Well, I’ve managed to pull together a budget that – with a little luck, some change we found in the couch and performing a few sexual acts we might not be proud of (well, OK, pride’s not really going to factor into it) – I calculate will keep us solvent through…
…uh, about 2:15 PM PST tomorrow afternoon.
Jeez, I just never realized we operated on such an efficient implementation of the Japanese just-in-time model.
I also never realized that the Japanese were talking about inventory and not cash. Suddenly makes a lot more sense.
All those Cs in business school also make a lot more sense.
It’s a little annoying to see other blogs get book deals and sweet gigs at places we probably wouldn’t be allowed to use the bathroom while we have to scrape (literally – we did a lot of scraping this afternoon) to get by.
But maybe it’s partly my fault for taking the high road with those Darling Furball t-shirts and deciding not to make a profit off them.
We sold 18,000 of those suckers.
Exactly. And what’s even weirder is that 17,000 were extra large while the rest were double extra large.
Well, maybe that’s not so weird.
But I’ll tell you what is weird. Rattling around in this office without the… well… thing… that put it all together in the first place.
And I see that OS X 10.4.10 was released today.
The Entity would have wanted to be here to see that.
He loved palindromes.
Well, anyway, we’ve just decided to keep writing until we max out Chet’s parents’ credit card.
Why a 35-year-old has his parents’ credit card is beyond me but at this point I’m not going to look a gift horse in the mouth.
I am taking the gift horse back, though. I mean, that’s just an extravagance we can’t afford right now.